Aig Cd Ins & Fingerhut?insuranceproduct I didn't order

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Received a bill from Fingerhut for a service I did not order. It was an insurance policy with AIG CD INS. I called AIG and tried to cancel it, telling them I did not order the insurance and did not want it. I was treated very rudely.
I then called Fingerhut and told them I did not want the insurance and that I had already talked with AIG. Fingerhut told me that I had to pay the minimum for two months as that is as long as it would take to get it off my account and if I didn't, it would affect my credit rating.
I cancelled my account with Fingerhut which i have had for many years and filed a complaint with Better Business Bureau.


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    i dont want to give my name Nov 05, 2009

    You can write the corporate office to issue a sales dispute and request cancellation in writing. They will pull the recording from the call. If you did not accept the policy when offered, or accept a copy to review for the free whatever time frame they got, you will get a full refund. As a tip from a former employee, make sure you ask to hear the recording yourself. If you do not, then they will send you a letter saying whatever they want.

    The address is
    Dept: SD
    Po Box 44260
    Jacksonville, FL 32231

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